Loot Crate’s The Elder Scrolls Crate May 2020 Review + Coupon – RIVALRY

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The Elder Scrolls Crate by Loot Crate is a quarterly subscription box that features items from the action-role playing fantasy video game. The box costs $49.99, with the contents having an estimated value of $80+! Each box contains 4-6 exclusive and licensed items inspired by the legends, lore, characters, and locales of The Elder Scrolls.

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The items come in a uniquely designed Elder Scrolls box.

Some of the items in the box are packed with plastic while others came in their original packaging.

You can also turn the box inside out. It features the Seal of Akatosh!

The theme of this box is RIVALRY! The card contains a QR code that will take you to the virtual copy of your box insert!

Everything in my May 2020 box!

Boethiah Emblem Pin. The collectible pin this month is the Boethiah emblem!

The Bhoetiah is a Daedric Prince who rules over conspiracy, deceit, secret plots of murder, treason, assassination, and unlawful overthrow of authority. The symbol is an armored fist with a snake wrapped around it.

Nine Divines Stained Glass Icons Clear Sticker Set. The previous box already included the first three stickers from this series, and I’m glad I received another set! The decals came with instructions on how to use them and how to apply them on to flat surfaces like a notebook cover, or even a laptop! This month, the designs are the Dibella, Stendarr, and Zenithar.

Imperials & Stormcloaks Notebook Set. The Akatosh that represents the Imperials graces the red notebook, while the blue one features the Stormcloaks with their symbol, the bear head.

The notebooks have lined pages, which makes writing easier and more organized.

The notebooks are perfect to stash inside purses or small bags so that I can be prepared whenever I need to take down notes.

Morrowind Great Houses Banners. The Great Houses of Morrowind consists of 3 Houses that are interested in the Vvardenfell: Redoran (red) the house of noble warriors, Hlaalu (yellow) of merchant princes and traders, and Telvanni (brown) the house of wizard-lords. Each of them is featured on these banners!

The back of the banner has the labels Bethesda and Loot Gaming on them. It’s another set of great bedroom wall decors for Elder Scrolls fans!

Jyggalag/Sheogorath T-Shirt. This month’s wearable is a white t-shirt that features Jyggalag or the Prince of Order, and Sheogorath or the Daedric Prince of Madness!

The details of this cool t-shirt really show the rivalry between madness and order. I also like the tee’s loose fit. Plus, the material is really comfortable.

The back also features another symbol from the game.

Eso Ouroboros Mirror. The next item is a mirror, packed inside an elegant black box!

The Ouroboros is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or a dragon eating its own tail, thus creating a circle. It serves as a frame for this cool mirror!

You can still see the symbol even if you turn the mirror on the other side. For this Ouroboros, there are actually 3 heads!

Mace Of Molag Bal Replica. The replica for this month is the Mace of Molag Bal, which is a unique mace and a Daedric artifact of Molag Bal.

Molag Bal seeds chaos and strife, spreading discord by corrupting soul after soul. His forces are legion; his patience us limitless; his ultimate goal is the domination and enslavement of all living things.

The artifact came with a base, which resembles a sword stand/base.

The Mace is given to the Dragonborn after the completion of the Daedric Quest “The House of Horrors”. It is initially called the Rusty Mace and made to look like an offering, placed at the Altar of Molag Bal.

The details and the paint job are amazing! They really put so much effort into making this one look exactly like the one in the game. I can’t help but look at it with awe!

In-game, it deals 25 points of Magicka and Stamina damage per hit, and it casts soul trap in the target for three seconds. One of its disadvantages is it takes up a large amount of the screen when equipped in the first person, limiting the visibility of the player.

This box is another win for fans of the Elder Scrolls. Everything is high-quality, and most of them are exclusive to this subscription. I love that they include cool item replicas from the game, like this month’s Mace of Molag Bal figure which is also my favorite item. I’m also happy with the 2nd batch of clear stickers that feature the Nine Divines, as well as the tee with a design that highlights the rivalry between the Great Houses of Morrowind. The variety of Elder Scrolls merch is good overall, I just hope they keep up with shipping!

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